|Bharat Gwalani, North Carolina State Universtiy
Ashley Paz Y Puente, University of Cincinnati
Jonah Klemm-Toole, Colorado School of Mines
Sriram Vijayan, Michigan Technological University
Mohsen Asle Zaeem, Colorado School of Mines
Le Zhou, Marquette University
Adriana Eres-Castellanos, Colorado School of Mines
Sophie Primig , UNSW Sydney
|Harnessing phase transformations is a highly effective method for engineering desired microstructures in materials for diverse applications. This symposium is part of an ongoing TMS series dedicated to phase transformations and microstructural evolution in materials processing and service conditions. It aims to unite experimental, theoretical, and computational experts to assess current theories on phase transformations and microstructural evolution, particularly in solid states.
The topics of choice for this year include, but are not limited to:
• Phase transformations in steels and other ferrous alloys, non-ferrous alloys (such as Ni, Al, Ti, Cu, Zr, Nb, Mg based), ceramics, refractory alloys, semiconductors, and other materials for both structural and functional applications.
• Phase transformations and microstructural evolution in high-entropy alloys (HEA).
• Phase transformations under far-from-equilibrium processing conditions or complex thermal histories and mechanical stressing.
• Advanced defect engineering techniques assisted by phase transformations.
• Understanding transformation pathways and metastable microstructures during thermo-mechanical processing.
• The application of data science, simulation tools, and advanced characterization techniques (both in-situ and ex-situ) in understanding and discovering transformation pathways and microstructure signatures during phase transformations.